Transcript: Livemap puts GPS, speed and other parameters In front of your face. Receiving route information while allowing drivers to be fully focused on the road. Livemap automatically adapts to the environment, even in poor visibility conditions. The Livemap helmet has a built-in camera to capture data. In-helmet audio allows the driver to listen to music and talk on the phone. Voice control is also in the helmet, which allows you to be notified about your route and speed. Livemap pre-orders are $ 1,500 with a retail price of $ 2,000. Learn more at livemap.Info
Augmented reality interface is brought to your helmet
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